Microsoft has reportedly modified its Feedback Hub features for Windows Insiders after discovering that many of them had reported the problem with deleting folders that prompted the company to stop releasing Windows 10 October 2018 Update.
Microsoft it might have repaired this problemif its technicians had noticed a few Insiders reports in the company's Feedback Hub before releasing the update.
So today Microsoft has released one a brief announcement which reveals that the company has added a new feature to the Feedback Hub to allow Windows Insiders to report the seriousness of the issues they share with the technicians.
"We believe this will allow us to better monitor the most serious issues even when the feedback volume is high," said Brandon LeBlanc of the Windows Insider development team.
"You will be able to give an indication of the seriousness of your problem and how it affects your experience when submitting new comments."
Microsoft claims that data loss reports have risen to "one percent of one percent." However, they did exist and the developers did not notice them.
The company eventually seems to admit that any loss of data is very serious and if it had noticed reports when developing the 1809 version, it would have preferred to have a pre-release.
LeBlanc does not accurately indicate how the system of gravity ratings added to the Feedback Hub will work, but said it could help address the problems even if the reports are too few.
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